Ukrainians are the biggest community living in Poland. Even thought majority of Ukrainian migrants in Poland are economical migrants, there are many artists and cultural activists among them, which. It was necessary to show that they exist. This is the place which shows diversity of Ukrainian community living in Poland and introduces Polish people to Ukrainian art.
Gallery of Ukrainian House in Warsaw was also created as a place where people dealing with art and those, who don’t know anything about it can meet each other, share and discuss.
LocationZamenhofa 1, Warsaw, Poland
Ukrainian and Polish artists, cultural activists, researchers, NGOs, people interested in art (with a special focus on Ukrainian contemporary art) and migration.
How the audience/participants were reached or discovered
How it was done
During 1,5 year we’ve organised number of exhibitions, curatorial guided tours, workshops and discussions. We’ve introduced young Ukrainian artists to polish artists, curators, researchers. Many of them continue cooperation with polish cultural institutions.
Main lessons learned
Photo credits: Natalka Dovha, Lia Dostlieva, Andrii Dosliev, Karol Jakubowski, Vlad Guzman
Reconstruction of memory
Artem Dmytrenko. Sculpture
Głosy. Natalka Dovha.
Saints and body
Vasyl Salyga. The mirror of indifference
My granny is Superhero